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Weak encryption means putting our military at risk

by cyber_admin • 4 months ago

Opinion: Stop wasting time suggesting that we need universal solutions for encryption, but then put consumers and our military at risk.

Why did Cyber Command back off its recent plans to call out North Korean hacking?

by Shannon Vavra • 8 months ago

U.S. Cyber Command was set to post another Lazarus Group-linked malware sample to VirusTotal in September, but ultimately decided against it. Why?

Dark web marketplaces aren't the hacker hotbeds they used to be

by Jeff Stone • 8 months ago

Drugs, not malware, are the most popular items sold on dark web markets.

Notorious FIN7 crooks have new malicious code up their sleeves

by Sean Lyngaas • 8 months ago

It's the latest sign that FIN7 is resurgent.

Gift-card scheme went well beyond Wipro hack, RiskIQ reports

by Sean Lyngaas • 11 months ago

RiskIQ has found at least five different attack campaigns tied to the perpetrators of the apparent Wipro breach.

Magecart's 'shotgun approach' to payment card theft is wreaking havoc on e-commerce sites

by Jeff Stone • 12 months ago

Flashpoint detailed an active Magecart-style campaign sweeping up data from more than 100 sites.

Bank heist with FIN7 traits went down while leaders were on the run, research suggests

by Jeff Stone • 1 year ago

Bitdefender says hackers used familiar tools and methods on an Eastern European bank for more than two months in 2018.

Alleged FIN7 hacking director Andrii Kolpakov set to be extradited to the U.S.

by Jeff Stone • 1 year ago

Prosecutors say Andrii Kolpakov posed as a legitimate, high-level penetration tester as part of the FIN7 group's crime spree, which included the theft of 15 million payment card numbers.

How many dark web marketplaces actually exist? About 100.

by Jeff Stone • 1 year ago

The dark web marketplaces you heard of are probably filled with cops and researchers.

Securiosity: You can't pentest an election

by CyberScoop Staff • 1 year ago

ES&S wants to pen test its way to better security. But that may not be the best way to go about it. Greg and Jen discuss.

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